Row 1

128 E 7th St (btwn 1st Ave & Avenue A)
New York, NY 10009
(212) 473-0220
$ $ $
Mon–Tue: 5:00 PM–Midnight Wed–Thu, Sun: 11:30 AM–4:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:30 AM–4:00 PM

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  • Go to Pylos and order the octopus and extra pita bread.
  • THE BEST GREEK FOOD IN NYC! Start with the Horiatiki salad and pick anything else from the menu! After that you will definitely understand why this place is truly the best!
  • Service here is excellent and the food is even better. Recommend the dips, saganaki & moussaka!
  • Greek Grilled Cheese: Housemade pita; kasseri cheese, a hard sheep's milk cheese; fresh tomatoes; generous layers of salty pastourma.
  • Superlative! One of the best Greek dining experiences in NYC. The afrata keftedakia (fried meatballs) and krasata paidakia (braised short ribs) were unbelievably satisfying. More please!
  • This authentic Greek restaurant tucked away in the East Village makes for a great dinner spot. Be sure to make reservations though as seating can be limited, especially on weekends.
  • Their Avgolemono & Lamb Chops are perfect. Save room for dessert.
  • order the saganaki... delishhhh!
  • Classic but dressed up Greek, especially vegetarian-friendly.
  • Incredible Greek food. Cool space, friendly waiters, and located on a great block.
  • I just love saying galaktobourekakia.
  • Don't book, just try your luck with the communal table up the back.
  • Honestly though. Stop being a chump and get the barbounia.
  • Everything is fantastic, but the Moussaka app and the Pork Shank are absolutely the best!
  • the pork shank was to die for. food to please the gods!!!!!!!
  • trust that the 100s of clay pots precariously hanging over your head arent going to interrupt your phenomenal dinner of poikilia, maroulosalata and the fall-off-the-bone pork shank.
  • Order the roe spread and octopus
  • Try the Synoro Skouras wine from Peloponnisos, Greece.
  • pita bread!!! gotta try their grilled octopus, so good three cheese melt, lamb shank are delish too!
  • One of the 2 best Greek restaurants in nyc. The lavraki is my fav but you cannot go wrong with anything